GlassUp's glasses also look nicer than Google's.
Just how big will Glass become?
With 21 million annual unit sales.
Google still has to convince people Glass is a good idea.
A warning for the fans of the newest Google gadget.
"I'd be a hazard walking around with these on."
The poll results are in.
People just want to like Glass.
But it's not for me.
"Winking lets you lifelog with little to no effort."
That's probably why he's seed funding startups to build the first generation of Glass applications.
It's surprisingly simple.
But it's prohibiting developers from charging for apps.
The nerds are so excited. Our Internet-augmented, face-computer-wearing future is just over the horizon. Leading us there will be Google Glass, the first iteration of this particular sort of wearable, semi-immersive computing experience. If the product is successful, it will merely be the beginning.
[credit provider=”Google”] Google’s first attempt at face-based computing, Project Glass, isn’t very useful unless it’s connected to a wireless network.Without a connection to the internet, it can’t deliver search results, provide turn-by-turn directions, instantly share pictures with friends, or accomplish any of the other feats promised in Google’s video demonstration […]
[credit provider=”Noah Zerkin” url=”https://twitter.com/noazark”] Google Glass will undoubtedly change how people consume information, share content on the Internet, and interact with the world around them. But one of the biggest issues to consider, while the concept of Glass is still relatively new to people, is privacy, James Bareham recently wrote in a […]
[credit provider=”Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images”] Before we all get too excited about Google Glass, here’s a counter view.Hedge fund manager Eric Jackson has been in San Francisco meeting with tech companies and venture capitalists.